Transforming Students
— Rebecca Lee

She thanks Tyndale for equipping her with methods to address challenging behaviour in the classroom.

Two children began their first day of senior kindergarten class afraid of the whole school experience. Nervous and stressed, they did not want to learn and acted out, disrupting the class. Their previous teacher had found their behaviour to be hopeless, and their parents were ready to pull them out. Their French and music teacher went out of her way to engage the two children and inspired their classmates to encourage them. She grouped the class by French reading level so their classmates could support the two children in learning; and she worked with them after school so they could understand the material. They began to respond and, by the end of the year, were able to enjoy and participate in lessons. Their parents were amazed at the change in their children and decided to keep them in the class.

Rebecca Lee [BEd 2012] was the French and music teacher who decided to help the two children. She thanks Tyndale for equipping her with methods to address challenging behaviour in the classroom.

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